Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Dr Jill Fenton Taylor

Dr Jill Fenton Taylor

BA (Public Relations) RMIT, MA (Honours) CSU, PhD CSU

Profile

Dr Jill Fenton Taylor teaches strategic communication in the postgraduate program. Her interests lie in narrative inquiry, ethnography, Dialogic Methodology and Constructionist Research. Current work employs an interpretive approach to understanding organization as multi–voiced textuality of entangled storytelling practices and expert discourses. Projects explore duoethnographic process whereby informal conversation offers a way of presenting, generating and re-conceptualizing experience as a living study.

Jill is supervising PhD and Doctor of Communication candidates.

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Publications

  • Book Review. Jill Fenton Taylor (2004). "Standing ovation: Performing social science research about cancer", Ross Gray and Christina Sinding. Qualitative Research Journal, Vol 4. No.4
  • Jill Fenton Taylor and John Carroll (2010). "Corporate culture narratives as the performance of organisational meaning", Qualitative Research Journal, Vol 10. No 1

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